The Tyra Show

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Tyra Banks to End Talk Show

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Tyra Banks is ending her talk show after this season.

"This will be the last season of The Tyra Show," Banks tells People. "I've been loving having fun, coming into your living rooms, bedrooms, hair salons for the past 5 years."

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The girl-powered Tyra Banks Show, which has won two Daytime Emmys, will wrap in spring 2010, after which the model-turned-entrepreneur will focus on ...
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The Bold and the Beautiful, View Ladies and Tyra Win at Daytime Emmys

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It was a time for firsts at the 36th Daytime Emmy Awards: The Bold and the Beautiful won its first Outstanding Drama Series statuette in four tries, while the ladies of The View finally won talk show host after 12 nominations.

None of the ladies — Barbara Walters, Whoopi Goldberg, Joy Behar, Elisabeth Hasselbeck and Sherri Shepherd — made the trek to Los Angeles' Orpheum Theatre to collect their trophies. Their win prevented Ellen DeGeneres from achieving a five-peat in the category. DeGeneres also lost the talk show entertainment trophy for the second year in a row to Rachael Ray.

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Tyra Banks Testifies Against Man Accused of Stalking Her

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Tyra Banks said she feared for her life in her testimony against the man accused of stalking her on Wednesday.

The model-turned-talk-show host said she felt her life and those of her staff and family were in jeopardy after learning Brady Green, a 38-year-old man from Dublin, Ga., had trespassed ...
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Oprah, Dr. Phil, and Tyra Spotlight Domestic Abuse

Oprah, Dr. Phil, Tyra Banks

Chris Brown and Rihanna's situation isn't just a center of media attention. Highly influential talk show hosts — including Oprah Winfrey, Dr. Phil and Tyra Banks — have dedicated episodes of their shows to address the ugly issue of domestic violence.

"Ever since I heard the details of Chris Brown's alleged attack on his girlfriend Rihanna, I've wanted to do this show because the message this story sends to teen girls and boys is disturbing, and it is also dangerous," Oprah said on Thursday's show, appearing alongside talk show host Tyra Banks. "We need to evolve from this moment in their life, and not just be voyeurs in their life and talking about what they should and shouldn't do. We should use this as a moment to allow our society to begin to grow. This show is dedicated to all the Rihannas of the world and to any young men who ever think about hurting a young woman ... read more

Tyra Banks Show Joining CW Afternoon Lineup

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Tyra Banks is working on a monopoly of the CW.

The media mogul will move her daytime chatfest, The Tyra Banks Show, to the network in September. The CW is already home to America's Next Top Model, which wrapped its 11th cycle last week.

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Top Model's Bianca Golden Talks About Blonsky Airport Brawl

Nikki Blonsky by Jamie McCarthy/WireImage.com and Bianca Golden by Thomas Concordia/WireImage.com

Former America's Next Top Model contestant Bianca Golden is opening up about her July airport brawl with Nikki Blonsky that resulted in various assault charges and a hospitalization for her mother.Golden shared on the Oct. 8 episode of The Tyra Banks Show that her family was visiting her "dying" grandfather in Turks and Caicos, Us Weekly reports. At the airport seating area, Blonsky became "very rude to my aunt," telling her "'You can leave. You can go away,'" Golden said.An argument erupted when Golden came to her aunt's defense, and when the model's mother, Elaine, tried to break the fight, Blonsky's father, Carl, "punched my mom," Golden recalled."He knocked her out. He hit my mom with such force she stumbled back, and when she stumbled back, the whole family got up and attacked my mom," she said, adding that Nikki kicked Elaine in the crotch."That's when my mom fell... completely," Golden said. "Both the families were arguing. It was like a scene out of a movie. Airport security... read more

Barack Obama to Get Up Close and Personal on The View

Barack Obama by Paul Redmond/WireImage.com

On Friday, March 28, Barack Obama will be dishing and discussing the issues on ABC's The View (11 am/ET) in what the show is billing as a "no-holds-barred" interview. The presidential candidate last joined the morning show in November 2004 to promote his book. This time around, Obama will be covering a range of topics — from the personal to the political — including his relationship with his wife and family, his recent remarks on race, the Iraq war and his views on religion and life on the campaign trail, among other things."I am really looking forward to my return visit to sit down with the ladies of The View," he said.Obama's interview will be pre-taped on Thursday, March 27, but airs the next day, in an episode of the program that promises to focus largely on the candidate. Is this going to be Obama's version of Hillary Clinton's Tyra Banks moment? Do you think sitting down with The View hosts will have an impact on the views of voters? — Anna Dimond read more

Tyra, CW Design a Devil Wears Prada-esque Show

The CW has ordered eight episodes of a competitive reality series from America's Next Top Model executive producers Tyra Banks and Ken Mok (among others). The as-yet-untitled show, to start production in April for a summer launch, is described by the Reporter as "The Devil Wears Prada meets The Assistant," as aspiring Andy Sachses compete for a job at a major fashion mag TBD. In fact, one weekly challenge involves getting a compelling performance out of Adrian Grenier teams of two preparing a page for "The Book," with the losing pair bidding adieu to one player. read more

Hillary Clinton Talks Adultery with Tyra

Tyra Banks by Jemal Countess/WireImage.com, Senator Hillary Rodham by Jemal Countess/WireImage.com

While taping an appearance on the Tyra Banks Show, Sen. Hillary Clinton got frank about Bill and what went down when his marital infidelity was revealed, according to a People.com transcript.During the conversation, Sen. Clinton opened up about how she made the decision to stay with her then-president husband through the turmoil, saying she "really had to dig down deep and think hard about what was right for me, what was right for my family." Clinton also emphasized that handling infidelity is a personal decision, and each person's situation is unique. "You have to be true to yourself.... You have to do what is right for you," she added. Big props to Hillary for opening up, but a bigger high-five to Tyra for getting down to some tough talk on relationships with a woman who's seen it all. Banks for president, anyone? — Anna Dimond read more

The Top Models Get Extreme Makeovers

Episode Recap: "The Girl Who Goes Bald"— This week's recap by Ben KatnerWow, my first time subbing as TVGuide.com's America's Next Top Model recapper, and I get makeover week. Scary. Be gentle with me, people.The episode starts out with Victoria saying for the umpteenth time that it didn't occur to her until recently that modeling might be a kick in the smarty-pants, and I'm not buying it. I mean, if she'd ever even considered trying out for this show, she'd have known that the wannabes, not to mention Miss Tyra, have major hate-ons for girls who don't sob openly about how walking down a runway in clothes you'd never see anyone wear on the street has been their dream since they were in utero.Meanwhile, Saleisha — clearly forgetting that once you say you won't you most certainly will — announces that she's not ever going to be in the bottom two. But in her favor, she does sob openly about her aspiration to pose for pretty pictures for the rest of her life. More on that... read more

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Premiered: September 12, 2005, on Syndicated
Rating: TV-PG
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